Apostle Grace Lubega
Romans 5:2(KJV); By whom also we have access by faith into this grace wherein we stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God.
Having proximity to an anointed man or woman of God is not necessarily access to the grace that is at work in that man or woman.
William Seymour lived in an era of blunt racism. During Charles Parham’s classes, he had to sit outside since he was a black man and could only receive the teachings by listening through a window. Amazingly, this was no barrier to the work of God.
Seymour was called and anointed by God and this was regardless of his distance from the man of God Charles Parham as he preached.
Faith is our true access, like our theme scripture says.
You may live around an anointing and never receive from it because you have not exercised yourself in the principles that can receive from it or simply because you became too familiar with what is easily available.
Another man miles away, who probably only watches that anointing on a television or his only access are books written by that man of God may receive more from it.
The difference is faith.
Faith is the foundation of the honour we give to the anointing because you cannot honour what you do not believe in.
Hunger for the things of the spirit starts with faith. Impartations of mantles start with faith. All manner of access begins with faith.
Glory to God!
FURTHER STUDY: Hebrews 13:7, Ephesians 3:12
Hunger for the things of the spirit starts with faith. Impartations of mantles start with faith.
PRAYER: Loving Father, I thank you for this Word. I receive this wisdom with humility and cultivate it with understanding. I honour the men and women you have set before me as patterns and choose to receive from what is upon their lives by this principle. I am a partaker of their graces because I take the path of faith. I believe. In Jesus’ name, Amen.